Best Practices for Successful Reentry for People Who Have Opioid Addictions

 

Best Practices for Successful Reentry for People Who Have Opioid Addictions report cover imagePeople who are leaving incarceration face a significantly higher risk of relapse, overdose, and overdose-related death than people in the general public. Because of these odds, reentry is a critical time to provide rapid access to pre- and post-release treatment as well as informed supervision to people who have opioid addictions. This fact sheet from The Council of State Governments Justice Center describes the best practices that correctional, community-based behavioral health, and probation and parole agencies can implement within their systems to ensure reentry for people who have opioid addictions is safe and successful.

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Related Resources: View the Best Practices for Successful Reentry for People with an Opioid Addiction Webinar